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i wanted to make sure if the "has came" is correct. i doubt it.thanks a lot.

Jorge, General Manager of COMPCO and the requestor of the project has came to DR Consultancy requesting for a technological solution utilizing the values of the advancement in Information Technology to sustain the competitive edge of LTCU and its profitable share in the market.
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It's not correct, it should be 'have come' or 'has come'
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Come is the past participle, therefore it is has come and not has came. Came is in the past tense.

She has come. Is this correct

Anonymous

She has come. Is this correct?

Yes.

CJ

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